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CSPAN
Sep 10, 2012 1:00am EDT
winston churchill. how have you honored them? >> and there's a third, barry goldwater. a little more of a quiet hero not well known that he inspired ronald reagan. there wouldn't have been reagan without goldwater but he's the one we know. - and my third child remington freakin' root after my hero we and every day and not for fighting for smaller government. his most famous saying is the mine worst words in english language line from the government and i am here to help. fi honor him every day by fighting for smaller taxes and government and that is my philosophy. it isn't greedy for the american people to want to keep their own money. the definition is to ask it to steal it from those who are working and give it to those who are not. someone has to be willing to say it on national tv. entrepreneurs work longer hours and don't have jobs like the government employees we don't get summers off or weekends off four nights off. i go home and the answer e-mails. in the morning i answer e-mails on my birthday on my holidays, vacations i only work eight hours a day instead of my usual 16. i
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2012 1:00pm EDT
wanted them? >> guest: by the way, barry goldwater. more of a quiet hero and well known, but it wouldn't have been a reagan without a goldwater. i named my third child, remington reagan route after my hear what i think every day i'm out there fighting for smaller government. reagan's most famous status than nine worst words in the english language, i'm from the government and i'm here to help. i honor him every day by fighting for smaller government and lower taxes and by the way, that is my single biggest philosophy. it isn't ready for the american people to keep more of their own money. the definition is to ask government to steal from a guy working and give it to you who is not working. that's great and someone has to be willing to say on national tv. entrepreneurs work longer hours. entrepreneurs don't have jobs that government employees. we don't get summers off, we can thought. i answer e-mails on my birthday, i only work eight hours a day set of mutual 16. i deserve my money. i worked for my money. i earned my money and i create jobs and invest and pay taxes and they make america
Current
Sep 6, 2012 6:00am PDT
. and barry goldwater's granddaughter joins us. she called the delegates from arizona last night. hello, am i the only one that things this is not my dad a and barry goldwater's party. >> you know who else might join us? sandra fluke. >> >> stephanie: and make sure you spell that correctly. >> right. >> stephanie: she was awesome. i would like to see a corporation dance. >> dance bain dance. >> stephanie: here is an interesting story about mitt romney's tax returns. >> yeah apparently -- top of the story here, secret service said wednesday it is investigating the reported theft of mitt romney's federal tax records during a break in an accounting office in tennessee. >> stephanie: oh. somebody was asking for a million dollars not to go public. something in those tax returns. >> wow! >> bomb bomb bomb. >> stephanie: and the nation reports paul ryan requested obamacare money. >> they are stunning. >> so? >> stephanie: one of the highlights -- there were so many of the lines last night. but cut three last night bill clinton about paul ryan. >> when congressman ryan looked into that t
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2012 4:00pm EDT
goldwater. >> yeah, this is the classic of modern negative campaign ads, the daisy ad, a girl picking flowers and counting. stossel: here we have it. starts innocently enough. >> yeah, at and that is a count down for a nuclear bomb dropped, and the implication was that goldwater was a mad bomber. a magazine called "fact" had over a thousand psychiatrists sign a note saying he was insane. >> this ad ran just once, and, yet, it was talked about so much, it had impact. >> yeah. >> these are the stakes. to make a world in which all of god's children can live are to go into the garden. we must either love each other or we must die. >> there was a ton of stuff with goldwater that he was a fascist, a member of the john bird society, which was he was not, that he was a skit phrenic like hitler and stalin from those who studied him from a distance. he won a suit against them. stossel: we have a cover of the magazine that made a claim about the psychiatrists, and he sued, and i, i guess they made it up? >> yeah, and, you know, but that also has not gone away, but the fact is is that con
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2012 7:00pm EDT
right eisenhower. the policies of nixon and goldwater -- this nation cannot afford such a luxury. perhaps because the ford -- we could afford [inaudible] after buchanan, this nation needed lincoln. after hoover, we needed franklin roosevelt. we are not merely running against mr. nixon. our past is not merely one of itemizing republican failure. the families forced from the farm do not need us to tell them of their plights. the miners and textile workers know the decision is before them in november. the old people without medical care, the families without a decent home, the parents of children without a decent school. they all know that it is time for change. [applause] we are not here to curse the darkness. we are here to light a candle. as winston churchill said, on taking office some 20 years ago, if we open between the present and past, we shall be in danger of losing the future. our concern must be with the future. the world is changing. the old era is ending. the old way will not do. a broad the ballots -- although the balance of power is shifting, new and more terrible wea
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2012 12:00am EDT
against barry goldwater which criticize him for being soft on communism. but we didn't really quite know what happened next because this happened behind closed doors. thanks to the tapes, you hit his telephone conversations with robert bakker, the pentagon, and others. and what happened that day is tragic to think about. johnson gets the news. he says to mcnamara essentially bob, get some people to find out whether this is a real attack or just a false report. so at the pentagon mcnamara's people are analyzing this, it's just false intelligence or was there a real attack. in late in the afternoon mcnamara calls johnson and says we've got a real problem. the ap has gotten a story that there has been an attack on an american ship. and johnson and the pentagon are concealing this for political reasons so they don't have to do anything about it. and johnson was in the middle of the campaign against goldwater, and his reaction essentially was i cannot afford to keep this process going and continuing to analyze, i better -- bomb the hell out of the north vietnamese tonight. and so he went on t
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
running against barry goldwater which criticize him for being soft on communism. but we didn't really quite know what happened next because this happened behind closed doors. thanks to the tapes, you hit his telephone conversations with robert bakker, the pentagon, and others. and what happened that day is tragic to think about. johnson gets the news. he says to mcnamara essentially bob, get some people to find out whether this is a real attack or just a false report. so at the pentagon mcnamara's people are analyzing this, it's just false intelligence or was there a real attack. in late in the afternoon mcnamara calls johnson and says we've got a real problem. the ap has gotten a story that there has been an attack on an american ship. and johnson and the pentagon are concealing this for political reasons so they don't have to do anything about it. and johnson was in the middle of the campaign against goldwater, and his reaction essentially was i cannot afford to keep this process going and continuing to analyze, i better -- bomb the hell out of the north vietnamese tonight. a
MSNBC
Sep 20, 2012 5:00pm EDT
what senator barry goldwater was saying at the time, i'd like to cut off the eastern end of the united states, not 47%, but a big chunk of it. here is what barry goldwater said which is similar to what romney said, let's get rid of the part of the country we don't like. >> in a saturday evening post article dated august 31st, 1963, barry goldwater said, sometimes i think this country would be better off if we could just saw off the eastern seaboard and let it float out to sea. can a man who makes statements like this be expected to serve all the people justly and fairly? >> well, looks like governor romney would like to saw off 47% of the country. john hilman, don't you like the voice of that old tv commercial? that's authoritative. >> totally awesome. look, i think that, you know, it's hard for us to criticize governor romney. last week we were saying, you know, it's terrible this thing he said, earlier this week, it's terrible this thing he said, you need to be the president of all americans. for him to try to right that ship and apologize, although he didn't come out and own
MSNBC
Sep 19, 2012 10:00pm PDT
barry goldwater's presidential campaign. he was the republican who lost the presidential election in 1964. the next republican nominee four years later was richard nixon who won the presidency. this old and loyal republican surely helped nixon's campaign, too. and then this loyal republican must have missed his newspaper delivery the day john mitchell was indicted for perjury. and he must have missed the delivery when john mitchell was convicted in federal court and sentenced to prison and served that sentence. john mitchell was steeped in filthy politics before he became nixon's attorney general. john mitchell was nixon's campaign manager and he became the first attorney general in the history of the united states to be convicted of a crime. but he was not the last. the next attorney general to be convicted of a crime was the very next man richard nixon made attorney general of the united states. so we've had exactly two attorneys general convicted of crimes, both of them republicans. both of them appointed by richard nixon. the man at the romney fundraiser who says he worked on bar
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2012 3:15pm EDT
political science answer is probably a little more cynical. barry goldwater was once giving advice to richard nixon -- how's that for a hour risk combination? [laughter] and when asked how would you build a coalition, goldwater said go hunting where the ducks are, right? if you want to get elected, find the votes. and abraham lincoln is the guy who said god must love the poor people, he made so many of them. you want to get elected, the democratic party has always had, to the the the extent that the democratic party has bodies. as will rogers said, they're not organized. but if you want to build a political coalition, you're going to have big chances if you can bring in the new immigrant groups, african-americans who at that time were voting only in the urban north and always for republicans. so he went hunting where the ducks were. >> thank you. >> sure. i don't know if that actually helped, but -- other questions? >> mary, during world war ii there was a concerted effort -- [inaudible] to look out so that soldiers overseas -- [inaudible] in the presidential election in 1944. so -- [
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 6:00am PDT
goldwater, granddaughter of barry goldwater deliver the votes of arizona and said my grandfather would not recognize today's republican party with its intrusions in liberty and anti-choice stance. utah made it a point to say that the 2002 winter olympics in salt lake city were publicly financed, another dig at mitt romney strict capitalism platform. >> it should be good theater tonight when the president is speaking >> to reports out could provide a preview to tomorrow's employment report for august >> here to talk about it is jason brooks >> some encouraging news on the job market when it comes to first-time weekly unemployment claims, they fell by 12,000. the four week average is hovering right around 371,000, still suggesting moderate growth. the august jobs report does come out tomorrow and a private payroll trackers said it saw a bigger than expected gain in august. as far as the economists, we will see a gain tomorrow with the unemployment rate staying steady at 8.3%. europe is in focus this morning. the president of the european central bank finally unveiling his plan to buy bon
NBC
Sep 6, 2012 11:00pm PDT
candidates since 1964, when lyndon johnson defeated barry goldwater. go to nbcbayarea.com to find complete coverage. >>> in other news tonight, it is the harsh reality of the job. kenyon youngstrom becomes the 23rd chp officer to be killed in the line of duty. today, his family, from across the state, united in sacramento. >> september 5th, 2012. >> his wife, parents and children looked on. you see them seated in the front row as his name was read and the memorial bell rang out. hundreds of cadets, chp officers and other law enforcement officials stood at attention to honor to fallen officer's ultimate sacrifice and to pay their respects. he was taken off life support after being shot in the head during a traffic stop on 680, tuesday morning. >> he was what we call blue and gold, which means loyal to the organization. a very, very nice family man. a very, very tragic loss to all of us. >> blue and gold. and the final act of self-sacrifice, the 37-year-old father of four had made prior arrangements to donate his organs. a move officials say could save the lives of as many as eight people an
NBC
Sep 3, 2012 12:00am PDT
goldwater year when he took the podium at that 1964 convention, former president eisenhower got this huge reaction by criticizing the networks. watch the delegates pointing their fingers up at the press box. >> particularly scorned the divisive efforts of those outside our family including sensation seeking columnists and commentators. [cheers and applause] chris: wow. and the war with the press at that convention got so hot that nba's floor reporter john chancellor was arrested by the local police. there he is. >> i formerly say that this is a disgrace that the press should be allowed and the radio and television should be allowed to do their work at the convention on television. if static begins to interfere with my signal, it's because i'm taken down off the arena now by these policemen and i'll check in later. this is john chancellor somewhere in custody. >> john, call us when you can. chris: and in 1968 at the democratic convention in chicago, floor reporter dan rather got manhandled while he was on the air with walter cronkite. >> don't push me, take your hands off of me unless you
NBC
Sep 24, 2012 12:00am PDT
party. chris: back in the 1964 race, we remember, barry goldwater said he would like to cut off the eastern end of the united states. so they ran an ad with a guy with a saw sawing off the eastern edge of the continent. they have thought 47%, let's cut off that part. >> the republicans are heading for the purification ritual complete with human sacrifices. chris: is romney the sacrifice? >> there was a grit bit of clint eastwood has created an imaginary president who is a radical muslim socialist. now mitt romney has created an imaginary electorate. chris: you wrote about it. >> where 47% are moochers. this is a part that has lost touch with reality. i think that the interesting question going back to what bob was saying before is what happened if romney loses. obama is going to be in a position to make a deal. he is going to be in the second term. he is playing for history. >> one of the biggest problems is that it does not look like there will be enough of that decisive victory to give either side a real upper hand. you will see more of this gridlock confrontation. what could chan
Current
Sep 4, 2012 4:00pm PDT
goldwater supporters put up "in your heart you know he's right." i predict a more successful exercise than what we saw last week in tampa. i think the republican convention was very interesting. of course, we all had the chance to share that experience together but in the aftermath the balance the momentum that came out of it was much smaller than normally is the case at a convention. i predict this one is going to be more successful. president obama and his team have had experience in putting a convention together. i think they'll do an excellent job, and i think you'll see the highlight tonight with michelle obama not really making a political speech, but rather talking about the president as a person, and the issues that she has been so successful in dealing with. >> cenk: now, i know one of the reasons why it will be a giant success is because governor granholm will be speaking there. >> jennifer: well, not tonight. >> cenk: on thursday. i liked what eliot was saying at the beginning. let's do a fun game how after the convention is over how much of a bounce, if any do the democrat
WETA
Sep 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
advantage this time that goldwater didn't have. obama has a bad ee economy. we. >> charlie:we can included with frank how paid media is shape thg campaign. >> the truth is this election is going to be can decided by the main stream, people dead center who believe in a right of center economic approach and leave us alone on social issues. they're closer to barack obama on social and closer to mitt romney on economic issues. so they're torn. >> there's a difference betweend actually said, i don't care. i will follow this on election day that's it. the problem is neither candidate is speaking to them in the way they want to be spoken to or talking to them, the words that they want to hear. >> charlie:march inas balances and tee i don't know and frank when we continue. >> funding provided by the following. oe>> charlie:additiong provided by that's funders: >> c captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. the special edition of charlie rose. >> this evening we continue our coverage of the democratic national convention from charlotte, nor
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2012 12:30am EDT
science answer is probably a little more cynical. barry goldwater was once giving advice to richard nixon, and that's her horrific, nation. and when asked how would you build a coalition, goldwater said don't -- [inaudible] if you want to get elected find the votes and abraham lincoln is the guy who said god must have loved the poor people he made so many of them. if you want to get elected the democratic party, they have got body. they have got no money and they have got new resources and like will rogers says they are not organized. you will have big chances of you can bring in the new immigrant groups, african-americans who at that time were voting only in the urban north and always for republicans. i don't know if that actually help. other questions? [inaudible] [inaudible] >> all those ducks. [inaudible] >> okay, i did not know that. [inaudible] i'm going to get this wrong so this is completely unfair. you said there were concerted efforts made by the roosevelt administration that would allow soldiers overseas to vote which would have courts have included african-americans although n
MSNBC
Sep 20, 2012 7:00am PDT
democrats jumped on a similar comment from republican presidential candidate barry goldwater. check out this vintage political ad. >> in a saturday evening post article dated august 31st, 1963, barry goldwater said, sometimes i think this country would be better off if we could just saw off the east attorney seaboard and let it float out to see. can a man who makes comments like this be expected to serve all the people justly and fairly? >> isn't that fascinating. the obvious difference between then and now is the internet and the enormous dollars for advertising to both mitigate and capitalize on political gaffs. let's talk about it with advertising expert, howard bragman, vice chairman of reputation.com. it appears if you miss the evening news, you might not really be tuned in to those comments. but now it's crazy. let me just show you this. the romney clip was released on monday afternoon. by 5:00 tuesday it had been seen by 3.5 million people. the latest number, 7:45 this morning, it had more than doubled, 7.1 million hits on that romney clip. if you're in the campaign, how do y
FOX Business
Sep 17, 2012 8:00pm EDT
services. neil: is it tough to succeed down the road, are you like a barry goldwater now? >> well, we'll see, ross perot, he ran has a third party? was he responsible for a planned budget or a revolution that i'm going to say resulted in fiscal san tie? >> he could have gone further, had he planned to not nuts out, do have you any plans to nuts out. >> i have no plans. neil: thank you very much. after the bailout gm wants the government out, but uncle sam is not going, now the two are fighting, can anyone rescue these guys from themselves and can any save the princess from herself, caught in the buff, open and snapshot case? to the judge with she has more than a pea-size chance of winning this. with the fidelity stock screener, you can try strategies from independent experts and see wh criteria they use. such as a 5% yield on dividend-paying stocks. then you can customize the strategies and narrow down to exactly those stocks you want to follow. i'm mark allen of fidelity investments. the expert strategies feature is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fideli
CNN
Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the republicans running up deficits and barry goldwater never cared who you slept with. and we didn't get involved in these foreign adventures, you know, under good republican presidents. o'connor, stevens, and suter a left completely alienated from the modern republican party and they were replaced by modern republicans who are much more congrd to talking more about it down the r lot mo tonight. isha? >> anrs nd teachers back to work today and end a six-day strike. instea union leaders say the mayor is using the schoolues such as teacherevaluations. >>> in new york, rallies and nearly 150 arrests as protesters gathered to mark the one-year anniversary of occupy wall street. most of the violations were for disorderly conduct. and anderson, washington national zoo welcomes a baby panda. don't expect a name for months. zoo officials will follow chinese custom and give it a name after 100 days. i'm thinking hay. >> you're thinking >> hayes. >> middle name. i like >> i kne you. >>> here at "360" we've follow an two years in a notorious nicaraguan prison. he is finally aonightup. [ male an
CNN
Sep 16, 2012 11:00am EDT
the yogi bear line, deja vu all over again. when barry goldwater went down to a crushing defeet, you saw fingerpointing going every which way that we lost because we were too conservative. no, we lost because the candidate wasn't conservative enough. we're now in this modern-day media age seeing the arguments before the election. they're pointing fingers back and forth saying the same thing. you see a certain sense of panic that indeed obama should be 10 or 15 point behind conventional wisdom, but he's not. there is a strong division in the republican party. the disarray is continuing. it will get worse if romney looses. >> but this preemptive analysis almost baked into the cake is romney's probably going to lose so let's get out front and explain why. it's not because of conservatism. he wasn't conservative enough. but it's a pretty tight race. >> it's a pretty tight race but there certain good argument that you should be able to beat obama in this -- >> in this economic recovery, yes. >> romney's relationship with the media, you can write a whole book on this. ever since he stepped
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2012 3:00pm EDT
liberal and he hadn't had a very goldwater in 1964 for the conservatives. there was a battle raging for the heart of the republican party, and buckley hoped that by running on the conservative party line he would train enough republican votes away from lindsey to defeat him. let me take you back to his first press conference and free to use some excerpts from his first. the conservative party has persuaded him to be a standard bearer to run for money. they are introducing him to the public for the first time and this is how the press conference proceeds. do you want to be mayor, sir? bulkeley, i've never considered it. [laughter] now you can imagine the conservative party official standing there aghast. this is their candidate. what is he doing? to you think that is something that should be considered? buckley, not necessarily. what is important is that certain points of view should prevail whether you administer those as material to be assuming you are a good bet minister. reporter, but you are asking people to vote for you. if you when will you serve? buckley pauses as if he is consid
MSNBC
Sep 19, 2012 1:00am PDT
right now. dan rather compared it to barry goldwater talking about extremism in 1964 and other historical presidential collapses. there's something important embedded in the video. in the way he talks about taxes and morality, i think it's going to be driving the next news cycle. it's not the part he says he's not going to worry about 47% of the country in trying to become president, it's about what he says is wrong with that part of the country. listen. >> personal responsibility and care for their lives. he's not just saying they are a lost cause for his campaign, which is how he tried to spin it in his remarks late last night. he's saying there's something. there's something bad about being a person who doesn't pay income tax. he says people who don't pay income tax are victims who do not take responsibility, who feel entitled. mr. romney is making whether or not you pay federal income taxes a moral issue. "i'll never convince them they'll take personal responsibility and care for their lives." making it a moral issue is an awkward case for mitt romney to be making. he's tak
CSPAN
Sep 19, 2012 6:00am EDT
barry goldwater's in 1964. so i think the -- thefrom what i've seen in last month because of my own personal involvement in the issue is government in washington right now is permeated by cronyism, corruption. our regulatory agencies are supposed to protect the public are protecting the people that they're supposed to be regulating. and i think it is something that if spun the right way in simple terms can resonate with the american people. obama did not keep his promises. pelosi was supposed to give us an honest congress and has given us the opposite. i think the campaign issue can work well. my recommendation would be, clean house. s.e.c., f.c.c. are disasters. >> and what i wish we -- i wish we were unionized so we could get a lot deeper than your actually allowed to go. those people i told you, the 5%, 6%, or 7% that we have sort of bring on our side, they all voted for barack obama four years ago. and by the way, when you say to them, do you think barack obama is a failure? they say no, they like him. but when they say, are you disappointed that his policies haven't worked? the
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